Outdoor School Basic Information
Outdoor School Parent Night: Wednesday, February 26 at 6:30pm in the Commons.
Camps visit Advisory classes at RRMS - March 2nd
Outdoor School Information
Who? All 6th grade students and 6th grade teachers.
What? Outdoor School is a hands-on week (4 days, 3 nights) of science education in the outdoors directed by the Multnomah Educational Service District*.
When? April 14 - April 17, 2020
Where? Camp ANGELOS (Renn, Sandell, Pattishall, Hoisington) or KURATLI Camp (Gilday, Jones, Hsieh, Greenwald)
Why? The Outdoor school curriculum is part of the Oregon State science standards. At Outdoor School we learn about environmental science, human impact, and sustainable living.
*This year, 2020, Rosemont Ridge Middle School will be participating in Outdoor School camps run by the Multnomah ESD. "Established in 1966, Multnomah Education Service District Outdoor School program in Oregon is one of the longest running and most successful environmental education programs in the nation. Outdoor School is a residential program for all sixth grade students enrolled in Multnomah County and the surrounding region (approximately 7,000 annually). The Multnomah Education Service District offers this service to the eight school districts in the county, and private, parochial, and out of county schools." As a Rosemont community, we are excited to be a part of their camps this year!